Using the theorem enviroment with Koma-script in 1.4.x

2006-05-17 Thread John McCabe-Dansted

When writting my thesis I found that I needed komascript to format a
Thesis correctly, but that LyX would only allow me to enter Theorems
in a AMS class. My solution to this was to have a Book(koma-script)
main document that included Book(AMS) LyX documents which contained
the theorems, lemmas etc.

However with 1.4.1 LyX now generates a prompt
 "LyX: Different textclasses
 Included file `afile.lyx'
 has textclass `amsbook'
 while parent file has textclass `scrbook'."
for each included file. As I have a dozen included files, just
clicking OK can take a while. Does anyone know of a way to suppress
these dialogs or otherwise allow theorems to be entered via the LyX
GUI into a komascript document?

--
John C. McCabe-Dansted
PhD Student
University of Western Australia


Re: English Language Grammar Checker Solution?

2006-05-11 Thread John McCabe-Dansted

On 5/12/06, Sadat Chowdhury [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

How do LYX users (and perhaps TeX/LaTeX users in general) deal with
English language grammar checkers?


I believe this is the only grammar checker that integrates itself into
the LyX GUI:
http://wiki.lyx.org/Tools/LyX-GrammarChecker

I would be interested to hear your experiences with it.If you have any
difficulty getting it to work, email me.

--
John C. McCabe-Dansted


Re: English Language Grammar Checker Solution?

2006-05-11 Thread John McCabe-Dansted

On 5/12/06, Sadat Chowdhury [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

How do LYX users (and perhaps TeX/LaTeX users in general) deal with
English language grammar checkers?


I believe this is the only grammar checker that integrates itself into
the LyX GUI:
http://wiki.lyx.org/Tools/LyX-GrammarChecker

I would be interested to hear your experiences with it.If you have any
difficulty getting it to work, email me.

--
John C. McCabe-Dansted


Re: English Language Grammar Checker Solution?

2006-05-11 Thread John McCabe-Dansted

On 5/12/06, Sadat Chowdhury <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

How do LYX users (and perhaps TeX/LaTeX users in general) deal with
English language grammar checkers?


I believe this is the only grammar checker that integrates itself into
the LyX GUI:
http://wiki.lyx.org/Tools/LyX-GrammarChecker

I would be interested to hear your experiences with it.If you have any
difficulty getting it to work, email me.

--
John C. McCabe-Dansted


Instant Preview doesn't work with Input: lyxmacros.lyx

2006-03-28 Thread John McCabe-Dansted
When using Instant Preview it works on small example files, however
when I use it on a file that has a Input: lyxmacros.lyx it doesn't
work, because it does not include the math-macros in lyxmacros.lyx
into the preview file.  (using 1.3.7)

--
John C. McCabe-Dansted
Master's Student


Instant Preview doesn't work with Input: lyxmacros.lyx

2006-03-28 Thread John McCabe-Dansted
When using Instant Preview it works on small example files, however
when I use it on a file that has a Input: lyxmacros.lyx it doesn't
work, because it does not include the math-macros in lyxmacros.lyx
into the preview file.  (using 1.3.7)

--
John C. McCabe-Dansted
Master's Student


Instant Preview doesn't work with "Input: lyxmacros.lyx"

2006-03-28 Thread John McCabe-Dansted
When using Instant Preview it works on small example files, however
when I use it on a file that has a "Input: lyxmacros.lyx" it doesn't
work, because it does not include the math-macros in lyxmacros.lyx
into the preview file.  (using 1.3.7)

--
John C. McCabe-Dansted
Master's Student


Re: Wiki question: What is spam? And, separate group for non-LyX stuff?

2006-03-23 Thread John McCabe-Dansted
On 3/24/06, [EMAIL PROTECTED]
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Hmm... even though the disk (1 MB) and bandwith (normal web server)
 requirements would be very small, I can't really offer anything as it's
 not my server.

Have you had a look at existing Wiki farms?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_wiki_farms

--
John C. McCabe-Dansted
Master's Student


Re: Wiki question: What is spam? And, separate group for non-LyX stuff?

2006-03-23 Thread John McCabe-Dansted
On 3/24/06, [EMAIL PROTECTED]
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Hmm... even though the disk (1 MB) and bandwith (normal web server)
 requirements would be very small, I can't really offer anything as it's
 not my server.

Have you had a look at existing Wiki farms?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_wiki_farms

--
John C. McCabe-Dansted
Master's Student


Re: Wiki question: What is spam? And, separate group for non-LyX stuff?

2006-03-23 Thread John McCabe-Dansted
On 3/24/06, [EMAIL PROTECTED]
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hmm... even though the disk (<1 MB) and bandwith (normal web server)
> requirements would be very small, I can't really offer anything as it's
> not my server.

Have you had a look at existing Wiki farms?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_wiki_farms

--
John C. McCabe-Dansted
Master's Student


Re: controlling index format in LyX 1.4

2006-03-14 Thread John McCabe-Dansted
 Thanks, but I mean the index as produced by makeindex.

You can change the font used by makeindex in LyX simply by dragging
across the Index button that you inserted and change the font. This
will apply to the font change to every item in the index

For more sophisticated changes, I wrote a wrapper to beautify the
output makeindex, and integrated it into my personal version of
http://wiki.lyx.org/Tools/LyX-GrammarChecker

If you are interested, I can mail it to you

--
John C. McCabe-Dansted
Master's Student


Re: controlling index format in LyX 1.4

2006-03-14 Thread John McCabe-Dansted
 Thanks, but I mean the index as produced by makeindex.

You can change the font used by makeindex in LyX simply by dragging
across the Index button that you inserted and change the font. This
will apply to the font change to every item in the index

For more sophisticated changes, I wrote a wrapper to beautify the
output makeindex, and integrated it into my personal version of
http://wiki.lyx.org/Tools/LyX-GrammarChecker

If you are interested, I can mail it to you

--
John C. McCabe-Dansted
Master's Student


Re: controlling index format in LyX 1.4

2006-03-14 Thread John McCabe-Dansted
> Thanks, but I mean the index as produced by makeindex.

You can change the font used by makeindex in LyX simply by dragging
across the "Index" button that you inserted and change the font. This
will apply to the font change to every item in the index

For more sophisticated changes, I wrote a wrapper to beautify the
output makeindex, and integrated it into my personal version of
http://wiki.lyx.org/Tools/LyX-GrammarChecker

If you are interested, I can mail it to you

--
John C. McCabe-Dansted
Master's Student


Re: Thesis formatting problems, need help

2006-03-13 Thread John McCabe-Dansted
On 3/14/06, Nate Mullins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 1.  How do I reformat the table of contents?  Specifically, I a) need a
 double space inserted between the chapter title and section titles and b)
 need to enlarge the font from Default to Large.

I'm not sure, I think this is the default for Book(koma-script).
Generally Book (koma-script) is the best choice for Theses.

 2.  I have some tables that won't fit the page horizontally unless I make
 the font really small (too small).  I need to enlarge the font, but would
 you suggest I a) orient the tables to Landscape and span them multiple
 pages or b) make the columns narrower?

How can you make the columns narrower without reducing the font size?

 3.  Page bottom margins are set to 1 but on some pages, the text goes
 below 1 (to about 0.75).  I don't understand why--seems to be a bug.

I am not sure why this is happening, but...

By default, LaTeX puts the header and footer inside the margins. For
some reason LyX doesn't let you set the head or foot options in
the geometry package or the includehead and includefoot options. I
have manually added:

\usepackage[a4paper,top=2cm,bottom=2cm,inner=2.5cm,outer=2cm,foot=1cm,head=1cm,includehead,includefoot]{geometry}

to my Layout-Document-preamble. This may help. (change the margins
to what you want ofcourse, i.e. replace some of the 2cm with 1in).

 4.  Widow/orphan control is not working consistently.

what is this?

 5.  How do I get a figure/graphic to start a new page?  If a page break
 needs to be inserted, do I insert a top or bottom page break?

I am using 1.3.7, which doesn't give these options. I would say just
use which ever looks right when you output pdf.

 6.  How do I get Lyx to triple space between figures and subsequent text
 (not the caption)?  Currently it is double spaced and I don't know how to
 change it.

I don't know, I just use the defaults.

 7.  How do I eliminate the triple space between the end of one section
 (or subsection) and the next section heading?  Lyx seems to arbitrarily
 place triple spaces here and there and I don't want them.

This sounds like something that LaTeX does automatically because it
thinks it is in some sense correct.

You can manually remove a bit of space by starting a Evil Red Text
(i.e. press Cntl-L).

in this ERT, you can type
   \vspace{-2em}

this will remove vertical space equal to twice the height of the M character.

 8.  Currently there is a triple space between the References page
 heading and the first listed reference.  I need to change to double
 space but see no way to do this.

I use the default, which LaTeX thinks is correct. If it is a
requirement to remove this text... it would be nice if universities
gave sample .tex files demonstrating the approved formatting.

Perhaps other people will be able to help you more.

--
John C. McCabe-Dansted
Master's Student


Changes to updated subfiles not being included in main dvi.

2006-03-13 Thread John McCabe-Dansted
Currently, when I update a inputted LyX subfile, and go to the main
file and go View DVI (Or ps or pdf...), the changes in the subfile
are not included in the main DVI.

I think this problem only started recently, and it only occurs with
the document I am working on (e.g. I does not occur with small test
Documents which only input a single file)

Any ideas as to what is causing this, or how to fix it?

--
John C. McCabe-Dansted
Master's Student


Re: Thesis formatting problems, need help

2006-03-13 Thread John McCabe-Dansted
On 3/14/06, Nate Mullins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 1.  How do I reformat the table of contents?  Specifically, I a) need a
 double space inserted between the chapter title and section titles and b)
 need to enlarge the font from Default to Large.

I'm not sure, I think this is the default for Book(koma-script).
Generally Book (koma-script) is the best choice for Theses.

 2.  I have some tables that won't fit the page horizontally unless I make
 the font really small (too small).  I need to enlarge the font, but would
 you suggest I a) orient the tables to Landscape and span them multiple
 pages or b) make the columns narrower?

How can you make the columns narrower without reducing the font size?

 3.  Page bottom margins are set to 1 but on some pages, the text goes
 below 1 (to about 0.75).  I don't understand why--seems to be a bug.

I am not sure why this is happening, but...

By default, LaTeX puts the header and footer inside the margins. For
some reason LyX doesn't let you set the head or foot options in
the geometry package or the includehead and includefoot options. I
have manually added:

\usepackage[a4paper,top=2cm,bottom=2cm,inner=2.5cm,outer=2cm,foot=1cm,head=1cm,includehead,includefoot]{geometry}

to my Layout-Document-preamble. This may help. (change the margins
to what you want ofcourse, i.e. replace some of the 2cm with 1in).

 4.  Widow/orphan control is not working consistently.

what is this?

 5.  How do I get a figure/graphic to start a new page?  If a page break
 needs to be inserted, do I insert a top or bottom page break?

I am using 1.3.7, which doesn't give these options. I would say just
use which ever looks right when you output pdf.

 6.  How do I get Lyx to triple space between figures and subsequent text
 (not the caption)?  Currently it is double spaced and I don't know how to
 change it.

I don't know, I just use the defaults.

 7.  How do I eliminate the triple space between the end of one section
 (or subsection) and the next section heading?  Lyx seems to arbitrarily
 place triple spaces here and there and I don't want them.

This sounds like something that LaTeX does automatically because it
thinks it is in some sense correct.

You can manually remove a bit of space by starting a Evil Red Text
(i.e. press Cntl-L).

in this ERT, you can type
   \vspace{-2em}

this will remove vertical space equal to twice the height of the M character.

 8.  Currently there is a triple space between the References page
 heading and the first listed reference.  I need to change to double
 space but see no way to do this.

I use the default, which LaTeX thinks is correct. If it is a
requirement to remove this text... it would be nice if universities
gave sample .tex files demonstrating the approved formatting.

Perhaps other people will be able to help you more.

--
John C. McCabe-Dansted
Master's Student


Changes to updated subfiles not being included in main dvi.

2006-03-13 Thread John McCabe-Dansted
Currently, when I update a inputted LyX subfile, and go to the main
file and go View DVI (Or ps or pdf...), the changes in the subfile
are not included in the main DVI.

I think this problem only started recently, and it only occurs with
the document I am working on (e.g. I does not occur with small test
Documents which only input a single file)

Any ideas as to what is causing this, or how to fix it?

--
John C. McCabe-Dansted
Master's Student


Re: Thesis formatting problems, need help

2006-03-13 Thread John McCabe-Dansted
On 3/14/06, Nate Mullins <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> 1.  How do I reformat the table of contents?  Specifically, I a) need a
> double space inserted between the chapter title and section titles and b)
> need to enlarge the font from Default to Large.

I'm not sure, I think this is the default for Book(koma-script).
Generally Book (koma-script) is the best choice for Theses.

> 2.  I have some tables that won't fit the page horizontally unless I make
> the font really small (too small).  I need to enlarge the font, but would
> you suggest I a) orient the tables to Landscape and span them multiple
> pages or b) make the columns narrower?

How can you make the columns narrower without reducing the font size?

> 3.  Page bottom margins are set to 1" but on some pages, the text goes
> below 1" (to about 0.75").  I don't understand why--seems to be a bug.

I am not sure why this is happening, but...

By default, LaTeX puts the header and footer inside the margins. For
some reason LyX doesn't let you set the "head" or "foot" options in
the geometry package or the "includehead" and "includefoot" options. I
have manually added:

\usepackage[a4paper,top=2cm,bottom=2cm,inner=2.5cm,outer=2cm,foot=1cm,head=1cm,includehead,includefoot]{geometry}

to my Layout->Document->preamble. This may help. (change the margins
to what you want ofcourse, i.e. replace some of the "2cm" with "1in").

> 4.  Widow/orphan control is not working consistently.

what is this?

> 5.  How do I get a figure/graphic to start a new page?  If a page break
> needs to be inserted, do I insert a "top" or "bottom" page break?

I am using 1.3.7, which doesn't give these options. I would say just
use which ever looks right when you output pdf.

> 6.  How do I get Lyx to triple space between figures and subsequent text
> (not the caption)?  Currently it is double spaced and I don't know how to
> change it.

I don't know, I just use the defaults.

> 7.  How do I eliminate the triple space between the end of one section
> (or subsection) and the next section heading?  Lyx seems to arbitrarily
> place triple spaces here and there and I don't want them.

This sounds like something that LaTeX does automatically because it
thinks it is in some sense correct.

You can manually remove a bit of space by starting a Evil Red Text
(i.e. press Cntl-L).

in this ERT, you can type
   \vspace{-2em}

this will remove vertical space equal to twice the height of the "M" character.

> 8.  Currently there is a triple space between the References page
> heading and the first listed reference.  I need to change to double
> space but see no way to do this.

I use the default, which LaTeX thinks is correct. If it is a
requirement to remove this text... it would be nice if universities
gave sample .tex files demonstrating the approved formatting.

Perhaps other people will be able to help you more.

--
John C. McCabe-Dansted
Master's Student


Changes to updated subfiles not being included in main dvi.

2006-03-13 Thread John McCabe-Dansted
Currently, when I update a inputted LyX subfile, and go to the main
file and go "View DVI" (Or ps or pdf...), the changes in the subfile
are not included in the main DVI.

I think this problem only started recently, and it only occurs with
the document I am working on (e.g. I does not occur with small test
Documents which only input a single file)

Any ideas as to what is causing this, or how to fix it?

--
John C. McCabe-Dansted
Master's Student


Re: Uppercase F not rendering on screen properly

2006-02-20 Thread John McCabe-Dansted
On 2/21/06, Rex Eastbourne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Within LyX, my uppercase F's look like black blobs. Does anyone know
 of the solution to this problem? I'm using LyX 1.3.6 on Ubuntu.

 Rex

I had this too. Try going into
Edit-Preferences-LookandFeel-ScreenFonts and change the Roman fonts
from aakar to something else  (I now use URW Bookman L, DejaVu Sans,
FreeMono respectively).

Perhaps someone should file a bug report?

--
John C. McCabe-Dansted
Master's Student


How to convert letter to math symbol/font in 1.3+?

2006-02-20 Thread John McCabe-Dansted
I recall that in 1.2 we could convert a ordinary letter to math font
simply by selecting it and pressing cntl-M. In 1.3 it converts it into
math mode, but leaves it in the original font.

Is there an easy way to convert letters into math font in 1.3+?

--
John C. McCabe-Dansted
Master's Student
Pet project: http://wiki.lyx.org/Tools/LyX-GrammarChecker


Re: Uppercase F not rendering on screen properly

2006-02-20 Thread John McCabe-Dansted
On 2/21/06, Rex Eastbourne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Within LyX, my uppercase F's look like black blobs. Does anyone know
 of the solution to this problem? I'm using LyX 1.3.6 on Ubuntu.

 Rex

I had this too. Try going into
Edit-Preferences-LookandFeel-ScreenFonts and change the Roman fonts
from aakar to something else  (I now use URW Bookman L, DejaVu Sans,
FreeMono respectively).

Perhaps someone should file a bug report?

--
John C. McCabe-Dansted
Master's Student


How to convert letter to math symbol/font in 1.3+?

2006-02-20 Thread John McCabe-Dansted
I recall that in 1.2 we could convert a ordinary letter to math font
simply by selecting it and pressing cntl-M. In 1.3 it converts it into
math mode, but leaves it in the original font.

Is there an easy way to convert letters into math font in 1.3+?

--
John C. McCabe-Dansted
Master's Student
Pet project: http://wiki.lyx.org/Tools/LyX-GrammarChecker


Re: Uppercase "F" not rendering on screen properly

2006-02-20 Thread John McCabe-Dansted
On 2/21/06, Rex Eastbourne <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Within LyX, my uppercase F's look like black blobs. Does anyone know
> of the solution to this problem? I'm using LyX 1.3.6 on Ubuntu.
>
> Rex

I had this too. Try going into
Edit->Preferences->LookandFeel->ScreenFonts and change the Roman fonts
from aakar to something else  (I now use URW Bookman L, DejaVu Sans,
FreeMono respectively).

Perhaps someone should file a bug report?

--
John C. McCabe-Dansted
Master's Student


How to convert letter to math symbol/font in 1.3+?

2006-02-20 Thread John McCabe-Dansted
I recall that in 1.2 we could convert a ordinary letter to math font
simply by selecting it and pressing cntl-M. In 1.3 it converts it into
math mode, but leaves it in the original font.

Is there an easy way to convert letters into math font in 1.3+?

--
John C. McCabe-Dansted
Master's Student
Pet project: http://wiki.lyx.org/Tools/LyX-GrammarChecker


a4paper: Random Margins?

2006-02-19 Thread John McCabe-Dansted
Hi, I've been using a4wide, which seems to behave reasonably with a4
paper, but now I am trying to get border correction (so that the inner
margin is wider than the outer)

Thus I tried using the line

\usepackage[a4paper,top=2cm,bottom=2cm,inner=2.5cm,outer=2cm]{geometry}

This gets the border correction to work, but the top and bottom
margins are wrong. Although I set a top  bottom margin of 2cm the
header is only 3mm from the top and the page number touches the lower
edge of the page.  I can correct this by adding another 2cm to the top
and bottom margin. However the page prints differently with different
printers --- on the HP-Laserjet4L it prints 1 or 2cm higher on the
page than with the university printers.

Has anyone got reliable (and preferrably correct) margins with border
correction on A4 paper?

--
John C. McCabe-Dansted
Master's Student,
Pet project: http://wiki.lyx.org/Tools/LyX-GrammarChecker


a4paper: Random Margins?

2006-02-19 Thread John McCabe-Dansted
Hi, I've been using a4wide, which seems to behave reasonably with a4
paper, but now I am trying to get border correction (so that the inner
margin is wider than the outer)

Thus I tried using the line

\usepackage[a4paper,top=2cm,bottom=2cm,inner=2.5cm,outer=2cm]{geometry}

This gets the border correction to work, but the top and bottom
margins are wrong. Although I set a top  bottom margin of 2cm the
header is only 3mm from the top and the page number touches the lower
edge of the page.  I can correct this by adding another 2cm to the top
and bottom margin. However the page prints differently with different
printers --- on the HP-Laserjet4L it prints 1 or 2cm higher on the
page than with the university printers.

Has anyone got reliable (and preferrably correct) margins with border
correction on A4 paper?

--
John C. McCabe-Dansted
Master's Student,
Pet project: http://wiki.lyx.org/Tools/LyX-GrammarChecker


a4paper: Random Margins?

2006-02-19 Thread John McCabe-Dansted
Hi, I've been using a4wide, which seems to behave reasonably with a4
paper, but now I am trying to get border correction (so that the inner
margin is wider than the outer)

Thus I tried using the line

\usepackage[a4paper,top=2cm,bottom=2cm,inner=2.5cm,outer=2cm]{geometry}

This gets the border correction to work, but the top and bottom
margins are wrong. Although I set a top & bottom margin of 2cm the
header is only 3mm from the top and the page number touches the lower
edge of the page.  I can correct this by adding another 2cm to the top
and bottom margin. However the page prints differently with different
printers --- on the HP-Laserjet4L it prints 1 or 2cm higher on the
page than with the university printers.

Has anyone got reliable (and preferrably correct) margins with border
correction on A4 paper?

--
John C. McCabe-Dansted
Master's Student,
Pet project: http://wiki.lyx.org/Tools/LyX-GrammarChecker


How to set margins with Book(koma-script)?

2006-02-14 Thread John McCabe-Dansted
Hi, I seem to be unable to set the margins for my Thesis using koma-script.

First I ticked Two-sided document but it still thinks that my inner
side is always on the left. I think my university allows me to print
single sided, but I would feel more comfortable if I could change
this.

Also when I use custom margins, the custom margins I set have no
effect. Using very wide margins does have an effect, (it stops bits
being printed off the bottom of the page).

Neither of these problems occur if I use Book(AMS).

Any Idea what it causing these problems?


--
John C. McCabe-Dansted
Master's Student


How to set margins with Book(koma-script)?

2006-02-14 Thread John McCabe-Dansted
Hi, I seem to be unable to set the margins for my Thesis using koma-script.

First I ticked Two-sided document but it still thinks that my inner
side is always on the left. I think my university allows me to print
single sided, but I would feel more comfortable if I could change
this.

Also when I use custom margins, the custom margins I set have no
effect. Using very wide margins does have an effect, (it stops bits
being printed off the bottom of the page).

Neither of these problems occur if I use Book(AMS).

Any Idea what it causing these problems?


--
John C. McCabe-Dansted
Master's Student


How to set margins with Book(koma-script)?

2006-02-14 Thread John McCabe-Dansted
Hi, I seem to be unable to set the margins for my Thesis using koma-script.

First I ticked "Two-sided document" but it still thinks that my inner
side is always on the left. I think my university allows me to print
single sided, but I would feel more comfortable if I could change
this.

Also when I use custom margins, the custom margins I set have no
effect. Using "very wide margins" does have an effect, (it stops bits
being printed off the bottom of the page).

Neither of these problems occur if I use Book(AMS).

Any Idea what it causing these problems?


--
John C. McCabe-Dansted
Master's Student


Style/Grammar Checker (v0.3d) for LyX availiable.

2006-01-24 Thread John McCabe-Dansted
I have put up a new version (v0.3d) of a Perl script that provides Grammar
Checking support within LyX's GUI. This version now formats the errors
to make them easier to read.

If you are interested in automatically checking your documents for
various errors, see:
http://wiki.lyx.org/pmwiki.php/Tools/LyX-GrammarChecker

If you have any troubles getting it to work, or have any other
comments, please email me.

It seems be quite simple to use under Linux and MacOSX. I haven't
tested it under Windows but it should just work if you are using
Cygwin. I'd be interested to know if it actually does works with
Cygwin.

--
John C. McCabe-Dansted
Masters Student


Style/Grammar Checker (v0.3d) for LyX availiable.

2006-01-24 Thread John McCabe-Dansted
I have put up a new version (v0.3d) of a Perl script that provides Grammar
Checking support within LyX's GUI. This version now formats the errors
to make them easier to read.

If you are interested in automatically checking your documents for
various errors, see:
http://wiki.lyx.org/pmwiki.php/Tools/LyX-GrammarChecker

If you have any troubles getting it to work, or have any other
comments, please email me.

It seems be quite simple to use under Linux and MacOSX. I haven't
tested it under Windows but it should just work if you are using
Cygwin. I'd be interested to know if it actually does works with
Cygwin.

--
John C. McCabe-Dansted
Masters Student


Style/Grammar Checker (v0.3d) for LyX availiable.

2006-01-24 Thread John McCabe-Dansted
I have put up a new version (v0.3d) of a Perl script that provides Grammar
Checking support within LyX's GUI. This version now formats the errors
to make them easier to read.

If you are interested in automatically checking your documents for
various errors, see:
http://wiki.lyx.org/pmwiki.php/Tools/LyX-GrammarChecker

If you have any troubles getting it to work, or have any other
comments, please email me.

It seems be quite simple to use under Linux and MacOSX. I haven't
tested it under Windows but it should "just work" if you are using
Cygwin. I'd be interested to know if it actually does works with
Cygwin.

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John C. McCabe-Dansted
Masters Student


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